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Runs for two hours then blows a 15 amp blade fuse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There's a short in the circut. Check continuity of the wires that feed from that fuse (you'll need a wiring diagram to identify each wire). You've got something that is causing too much amperage to move through the circut and the fuse blows. Make sure the amperage on the fuse is correct for the application (your owner's manual or fuse box diagram should tell you what amperage rating to install in each fuse slot).
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: i have a 2006 impala
CHECK THE PSI IN THE SYSTEM IF ITS READING MORE THAN 40 PSI OF 134A SOMEONE OVER CHARGED SYSTEM,(CAN BLOW COMPRESSOR) IF THE PSI IS WITHIN PARAMETERS PUT A NEW RELAY IN IF ITS A STANDERT 5 PROG 12V RELAY THE OEE# IS MOST LIKELY ER13 ONCE THE PSI AND RELAY HAVE BEEN CHECKED IF THE FUSE STILL POPS....ITS A SHORT WHICH IS A NIGHTMARE FOR ANY CLASS A MECHANIC....FIND A ELECTRICAL SKIMATIC AND CALL AN AMRATURE PRO....
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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